Marion has been passionate about improv theatre and other theatrical formats since her teenage years. After finishing her Federal Vocational Baccalaureate, she went on to get her Bachelor’s in Teaching at the University of Teacher Education of the Canton of Vaud (HEP), from where she graduated in 2012. Once she had her diploma in hand, she decided to embark on a journey in theatrical studies, so she enrolled at the Geneva Conservatory in the pre-vocational course of performing arts. A year later, she joined the class H of the Manufacture – University of Performing Arts in Lausanne where she had the chance to work with guest professors like Oscar Gómez Mata, Nicolas Bouchaud, François Gremaud, Yan Duyvendak and Charlotte Clamens.
After her graduation in 2016, she worked alongside Jean-Daniel Piguet in Memoria Libera. Then, in 2017, under the direction of Marie Fourquet in 38 sequences. She also assisted Sarah Calcine in her production of Gabriel Calderòn’s Mon petit monde porno. In 2018, she had the opportunity to show her work on the raw words of a marginalized woman in Si tu t’mettais un peu dans l’moule, conceived and performed by herself at the Théâtre 2-21 in Lausanne, then on tour in several towns in the French-speaking part of Switzerland.
During the 2018-2019 season, she performs in Love is a river by Alexandre Doublet at Théâtre Les Halles, at the Comédie de Genève and at the Théâtre de Vidy. At the same time, she begins her residency at L’Abri to create her next show on representation and encounters.